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Stage Makeup: Aging (Continuing Education)

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Stage Makeup: Aging

What are the best colors to use in order to create aging lines on the face?
  1. brown, yellow, and beige
  2. black, yellow, and beige
  3. brown, orange and yellow
  4. all of the above
  5. none of the above
What must the actor do to create a natural look?
  1. Put a thick layer of moisturizer on over their makeup.
  2. Squint their face to create lines to act as a template to create wrinkles.
  3. Not moisturize their skin a week prior to create fine lines.
  4. Draw lines anywhere on the face using a brow pencil.
You should design your aging makeup and practice it on your face...
  1. at least once two weeks before your show
  2. 3 times the day before your show
  3. 5 times all 5 days leading up to the show
  4. none of the above
You need to blend in/smudge your lines to give a softer more realistic appearance
  1. True
  2. False
You should go onstage and have someone sit in the front row and also the back row to give feedback on how realistic your makeup looks from these angles.
  1. True
  2. False
It is important not to forget about your                and                  if your costume requires, you must use ageing makeup to continue the realistic look.
It is important to                        your character's age so that you recreate it in a believable way for the audience.
What is a good way to keep makeup off of your costume?

To achieve a sunken look you can draw lines over your laugh lines and blend to age your mouth.
  1. True
  2. False
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